Registrations for Talk & Play #22 on December 6th at the Game Science Center are open, RSVP via Meetup now because spots will go fast once I send the notification out to all group members. This time we’re going to have talks by Allan Cudicio (Was Luigi Gay?), Daniel Ziegener (Reviews as Games), Jana Reinhardt (SOLITUDE) and Linda Kerkhoff (Girls Make Games – Recap of the First Workshop in Berlin). I gotta feeling that the night’s gonna be a good good night, so don’t miss it, ok?
One more announcement: BerlinGameScene.com now has its own chat server on Discord, which looks a lot like Slack, but has some features which make it a much better fit for communities like ours. You don’t even need to provide an email address to get started, so give it a try if you’d like to keep in touch with other local game enthusiasts. Continue reading Talk & Play #22 registrations are open, we’ve got a chat, the world’s largest videogame collection will be in Berlin
Agent Alice, Wooga‘s first release in more than a year, has just been released today.
Set in the vibrant era of the 1960s, players assume the role of Alice, a detective for The Agency who must protect the world we know from sinister otherworldly forces. What follows takes Alice on a supernatural adventure to exotic locales across the globe. Continue reading Agent Alice, Wooga’s new hidden object game, is out now
The Global Game Jam is the world’s largest game jam event taking place around the world at physical locations. In just 48 hours, between January 23rd and 25th 2015, more than 20.000 people in 78 different countries created 5.438 games, based on this year’s theme What do we do now?.
The Berlin Mini Game Jam and Gamestorm teamed up once again to organise the Berlin jam site, with the support of Wooga and GA Hochschule, attracting over 100 jammers that created 26 games. Here’s my personal highlights. Continue reading Global Game Jam Berlin 2015: Highlights and Interviews